Horizon Now Offers the First and Only FDA-Approved Trifocal Lens Implant for Cataract Surgery

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Cataract surgery is a safe and effective means of treating the symptoms cataracts, such as glare and blurriness. It is, however, generally accepted that patients will still need to rely on glasses after standard cataract surgery. Now, there is the Alcon trifocal IOL (intraocular lens) called the AcrySof IQ PanOptix lens that is significantly reducing surgery patients’ dependence on glasses. For those in search of a solution to both cataracts and poor quality of vision, Horizon Eye Specialists now offers this lens. Here’s more about it. 

 

What’s different about PanOptix? 

This new trifocal lens provides excellent vision correction by eliminating nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. Less dependence on prescription and reading glasses can offer patients the freedom and clarity that was once unattainable after cataract surgery. 

 

Who should consider it? 

The PanOptix lens is best suited for patients who have been diagnosed with cataracts and lead an active lifestyle. The PanOptix lens offers the most independence from glasses and is ideal for patients that enjoy outdoor activities, sports, and other hobbies that may be hindered by glasses. 

Here’s more information about the lens. 

Considering that more than 99% of PanOptix patients in the FDA clinical study said that they would choose the same lens again, it is clear that the PanOptix lens is a significant upgrade for cataract surgery patients and Horizon Eye Specialists is proud to offer it. Contact us to learn more, and to schedule a cataract evaluation any time!




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